The SPDR S&P Bank ETF (KBE) was down more than 4 percent for the week.
New findings reveal surprising truths on how the rise in the minimum wage will affect job growth, especially in the small-business arena.
Microsoft's mobile business has been counted out by skeptics. The company is leaning on Windows 10 to revive developer excitement.
Not everyone got caught flat-footed at the anemic level of job creation in April. In fact, many investors appeared to be bracing for it.
Model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker says her Sports Illustrated cover is not what she's most proud of in her career.
Several recalls were announced this week, including an expanded recall of Takata air bags.
Just won the Powerball drawing? What now? Here are 10 tongue-in-cheek suggestions for what to do after meeting with a financial planner.
After a torrid run this year, metals and mining stocks are about to take a big leg lower—according to one trader.
The U.S. economy created 160,000 jobs in April, lower than economist expectations while the unemployment rate held steady at 5 percent.
The CME Group FedWatch probability for June rate hike fell after the April jobs report missed estimates.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for how securities perform on jobs report days.
The Donald Trump train is leaving the station and better or worse, we're on board, say two GOP strategists.
Shares of Square plunged about 20 percent, putting it on track for its biggest daily loss ever.
With all the talk of the massive growth of digital media, online companies are still making traditional TV deals. Here's why.
The new production goals from Tesla are "between audacious and preposterous," AutoNation chief Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
Austin voters will decide on Saturday whether to require ride hailing companies to conduct fingerprint background checks.
Early morning commuters in Charlotte, North Carolina saw heavy delays on Friday after a truck carrying 50,000 pounds of potatoes overturned on Interstate 77.
As fintech stocks take a beating on first quarter earnings, the next headache could come from Washington.
Fees to companies to originate loans vary widely and have drawn regulators' attention.